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For fifteen years Cinespia has been projecting classic movies inside the Hollywood Forever Cemetery

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Hollywood Forever Cemetry projects "The Wizard of Oz" during summer 2015

Roaming through the graves and following a path of palm trees, you have now reached your destination at Cinespia in the Hollywood Forever Cemetery.

The thought of attending a movie in a cemetery may seem frightening to the faint of heart, but the community of movie buffs, pumping music that correlates with the movie, and a themed photo booth only leaves room for a mild spook.

In the Halloween spirit, Cinespia will be projecting “Death Becomes Her,” “Stan Against Evil (Premiere),” and “A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984).” Check it out, if you dare…

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